Old Crossing treaty - 1863 - Red Lake and Pembina bands of Chippewa

38th Congress, 1
st Session
- CONFIDENTIAL - Executive P.

A treaty between the United States and chiefs, headmen, and warriors of the Red Lake and Pembina
Bands of Chippewa Indians, concluded at the Old Crossing on October 2nd, 1863.

Old Crossing treaty with the Red Lake and Pembina Bands of Chippewa Indians, Minnesota, 1863 - transcripts page 5
land taken under the "Old Crossing Treaty," as amended and interpreted by the United States
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land taken under the "Old Crossing Treaty,"
as amended and interpreted by the United States


May-shue-e-yaush, his x mark, Dropping Wind, Head Warrior of Red Lake.
Min-du-wah-wing, his x mark, Berry Hunter, Warrior of Red Lake.
Naw-gaun-e-gwan-abe, his x mark, Leading Feather, Chief of Red Lake.

Signed in presence of—
Paul H. Beaulieu, special interpreter.
Peter Roy,
T. A. Warren, United States interpreter.
J. A. Wheelock, secretary.
Reuben Ottman, secretary.
George A. Camp, major Eighth Regiment Minnesota Volunteers.
William T. Rockwood, Captain Company K, Eighth Regiment Minnesota Volunteers.
P. B. Davy, Captain Company L, First Regiment Minnesota Mounted Rangers.
G. M. Dwelle, Second Lieutenant Third Minnesota Battery.
F. Rieger, Surgeon Eighth Regiment Minnesota Volunteers.
L. S. Kidder, First Lieutenant Company L, First Minnesota Mounted Rangers.
Sam. B. Abbe.
C. A. Kuffer.
Pierre x Bottineau
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